My Cause My Cleats: Spencer Drango
Spencer Drango was a fifth-grader when he discovered he was dyslexic. The second-year offensive lineman will shine on a light on the Dyslexia Foundation, painting the learning disorder as a metaphor in overcoming obstacles throughout life.
JumpStart program launches in Cleveland to support Black and Latino entrepreneurs
The goal of the JumpStart partnership is to accelerate the growth of Cleveland-area Black and Latino-entrepreneurs around Cleveland. Meet the entrepreneurs who were part of the program!
Joel Bitonio Virtually Visits Caldwell Elementary
Offensive lineman Joel Bitonio virtually visits a Caldwell Elementary 1st grade classroom due to their excellent attendance. The students engage in a Q&A session with the 2022 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee for the Cleveland Browns.
Deshaun Watson hosts "Pizza and Presents" Holiday Event
Deshaun hosted a "Pizza and Presents" event with local Cleveland children from the Hough neighborhood, where each attendee received holiday presents from a wish list they provided to staff from the Fatima Community Center.
Browns host JumpStart Small Business Impact Program
The Browns hosted a Small Business Impact Program which allowed 6 small businesses to present their business to an audience of over 100 people, and a panel of two judges. The grand prize winner won $10,000 to go toward their business, along with the other participants walking home with $3,500!
Browns Foundation Surprises Marion Motley Scholarship Recipients
David Njoku and Chomps surprise Amariana Lewis and Ta'Shiyah Porter with $10,000 Scholarships to further their educational career.
Arby's Foundation presents Stay in the Game! Network with $110,000 grant
Arby's Foundation presents Stay in the Game! Network with $110,000 grant at Franklin D. Roosevelt Academy as part of the Browns 10 Days of Giving campaign.
Joel Bitonio named Cleveland Browns 2022 Walter Payton Man of the Year
Offensive lineman Joel Bitonio has been named the Cleveland Browns 2022 Walter Payton Man of the Year. The award recognizes the NFL's best players for their performance on the field and their dedication to the community.
Kareem Hunt & Pharaoh Brown representing Build the Bridge for My Cause My Cleats
Founders of Build the Bridge were invited to look at this year's My Cause My Cleats designs, along with some surprises. This year for My Cause My Cleats, Kareem Hunt and Pharaoh Brown are representing Build the Bridge. Build the Bridge aims to unify communities through sport by bringing together student-athletes from various backgrounds, to allow young people to recognize that they have a multitude of commonalities.
Nick Chubb's My Cause My Cleats
Chubb, who lost a nephew to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, will wear cleats dedicated to First Candle and SIDS awareness Sunday against the Texans.
Grant Delpit hosts "Gym Class Takeover" at Big Creek Elementary School
Grant Delpit brought smiles, lifelong memories and a few lessons to kids at Big Creek Elementary School with a "Gym Class Takeover," where Delpit spoke to kids in an assembly and guided them through a variety of football drills, contests and non-contact games.
Browns unveil "Stay in the Game" room at Akron CLC
The Browns have unveiled the Stay in the Game room at Akron East CLC to commend students who are showing positive improvement in attendance!
Jacoby Brissett's Halloween Fashion Show for kids
On Monday, October 24 at FirstEnergy Stadium, Jacoby Brissett hosted his annual "Halloween Fashion Show." An event for children battling cancer served by The Littlest Heroes and University Hospitals. The Littlest Heroes provides financial support for families battling pediatric cancer and other childhood illnesses. Jacoby hosts this event each year to provide an opportunity for kids battling cancer to have a fun night out and to get his teammates out in the community.
Browns host "First and Tech" for tech startups in Cleveland area
The event was the third event the Browns organized in partnership with JumpStart to grow the foundation of minority-owned small businesses in the Cleveland area.
Browns players visit Patients at University Hospitals
Browns players on Tuesday delivered gift bags, smiles and memories at the University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center and UH Babies & Children's Hospital as part of Browns Give Back's continued support of the NFL Crucial Catch campaign.
Joel Bitonio's Back to School Bash 2022
Community members from across the Garfield Heights City Schools district gathered inside of the high school gymnasium on August 29th to kick off the start of the new school year. Joel Bitonio's Back to School Bash welcomed over 100 students from Elmwood, William Foster, and Maple Leaf Elementary Schools with backpacks and Browns gear prior to the start of the academic year.
Browns break ground on 13th field project at Olmsted Falls High School
The Cleveland Browns and Olmsted Falls celebrated the implementation of a brand new synthetic turf field at Charles A Harding Memorial Stadium, the team's 13th field installment in past six years. Since May of 2016, the Haslam and Johnson families and Browns Give Back have been dedicated to providing Ohio communities with new field surfaces, focused on enhanced educational opportunities by promoting student engagement through youth and high school football, additional sports and other activities.
Browns host Build The Bridge Showcase at FirstEnergy Stadium
Build The Bridge aims to "Unify Communities Through Sport" by bringing together student-athletes from various racial, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds to allow young people to recognize that they have a multitude of commonalities. Browns hosted the Build The Bridge Showcase at FirstEnergy Stadium on June 9, 2022.
Denzel Ward named Cleveland Browns 2021 Walter Payton Man of the Year
Defensive back Denzel Ward has been named the Cleveland Browns 2021 Walter Payton Man of the Year. The award recognizes the NFL's best players for their performance on the field and their dedication to the community.
Arby's Foundation presents Stay in the Game! Network with $100,000 grant
Through the Stay in the Game! Network, the Cleveland Browns Foundation and Arby's Foundation celebrated Maple Heights City School District and John F. Kennedy Elementary School's faculty, teachers and students for their commitment to improving attendance and student engagement. During the event, the Arby's Foundation presented the Stay in the Game! Network with a $100,000 grant to support attendance interventions at multiple partner school districts, including Maple Heights City school district, that keep students in school and learning.
Cleveland Browns Virtual University Hospitals Visit
Cleveland Browns players Myles Garrett and Sione Takitaki visited University Hospitals to visit with patients to show their support and brighten spirits.
Cleveland Browns Virtual University Hospitals Visit
The Cleveland Browns visited University Hospitals to visit with patients to show their support and brighten spirits.
Under the Bright Lights
The new Cleveland Browns Youth Football Camp – "Under the Bright Lights", in association with University Hospitals, is designed to introduce young players to the basics of offensive and defensive football. This non-contact instructional camp will concentrate on the fundamentals of each position and the skills that go along with the game. Participants will get the opportunity to be coached by local high school coaches, participate in challenges and experience once-in-a-lifetime activities "Under the Bright Lights" at FirstEnergy Stadium
Browns Youth Football Camp helps promote a more diverse future for football
The Cleveland Browns Youth Football Camp Series, in association with University Hospitals, hosted more than 250 participants at FirstEnergy Stadium over the course of 3 days. Boys and girls between the ages of 7-13 participated in football skill building drills and flag football games.
Kevin Stefanski expresses importance of teamwork in the community at Zelma George Recreation Center
Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski took a trip to Zelma George Recreation Center to express the importance of teamwork to kids in the community in hopes of building a positive relationship between kids and local police officers.
Browns break ground on 11th field project at Archbishop Hoban High School
The Cleveland Browns and Archbishop Hoban celebrated the implementation of two high-quality synthetic turf fields at Wentz Financial Family Fields, the team's 11th field installment in past five years. Since May of 2016, the Haslam and Johnson families and Browns Give Back have been dedicated to providing Ohio communities with new field surfaces, focused on enhanced educational opportunities by promoting student engagement through youth and high school football, additional sports and other activities.